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His second daughter didn't have any plan. It was her husband's plan to buy her ornaments if it hadn't rain and his bricks were backed.

Is it correct please?

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Hi

You just need '-ed' for the last two verbs:

- ... if it hadn't rained and his bricks were baked.

Dave

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sundarnazif it hadn't rain and his bricks were backed.

The meaning of this part is unclear. You should explain it.

Hi

I can't understand 'his bricks were backed'

Can you say what that means? Was he waiting for his bricks to be baked? Or for his bricks to come back ... ?

Dave

sundarnazhis bricks were backed baked.
He is a brick maker. He has made a lot of bricks ready to be baked. If it doesn't rain, the bricks will bake.
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sundarnaz Knock knock knock! Anybody there?

Less of that if you don't mind. You originally said "backed", not "baked", so it's hardly surprising that no one replied.

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sundarnazhis bricks were backed baked.
He is a brick maker. He has made a lot of bricks ready to be baked. If it doesn't rain, the bricks will bake.

What has that got to do with buying ornaments?

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He will sell the bricks and will buy his wife ornaments.
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